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Alton Towers Holidays offers overnight stays at the resort, as well as theme park tickets, waterpark tickets, a spa and various food locations making it one of the UK’s most popular attractions.
Alton Towers offers a variety of themed sites for their customers, including:
- stargazing pods,
- the Alton Towers hotel,
- CBeebies Land hotel,
- Splash Landings hotel,
- Enchanted Village lodges,
- Enchanted Village treehouses,
- themed rooms, and hotels near the resort.
Their breaks are suitable for large families, couples looking for a thrill, and customers on a budget and there’s good news for families wishing to save a few pounds, as the resort have a number of discounts and money off savings on tickets for you to take advantage of.
All year round the resort includes events such as Scarefest, a Santa Sleepover, and Festive Breaks.
The resort offers a selection of activities other than rides such as The Gardens, where customer scan take a peaceful stroll, The Towers themselves, founded on the site of an Iron Age camp, Sharkbait Reef, where families can go on a mission to help Captain Jack, as well as many shops filled all the merchandise one could wish for.
But the fun doesn’t stop when you’re eating; as the resort offers themed restaurants such as the Rollercoaster restaurant; where customers can watch their orders tackle 2 gravity defying loops before dropping 8 metres down the tornado spiral to the table, the Secret Garden restaurant; that provides a range of British and International dishes, Flambo’sJambo; offering an all you can eat Pizzeria, the Crooked Spoon; found in the Enchanted Village, offering family favourites.
Alton Towers Holidays offers packages such as Kids Play Free, Midweek Offers, the 2nd Day Free, and the 3rd Day Free.